Vlog & Giveaway! The World Without End Series by Nazarea Andrews #zOctober2014

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the world without a future

The World Without a Future
by Nazarea Andrews
Publication date: December 3rd 2013
by by A&A Literary
Category: Adult
Genre: Post-apocalypse, Zombies

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She was born the day the world ended…

Nurrin has lived her entire life with zombies—trapped behind walls meant to keep them safe. She’s mostly happy there. But when a zombie horde breach the walls of her Haven, she has to trust her brother, Collin, and his best friend to keep her alive.

He just wants his past to die…

Finn O’Malley has given up on voicing warnings that are ignored. No one cares that the zombies are changing. Now all that matters is keeping Collin and Nurrin safe from what’s outside the walls of a Haven. But when Nurrin’s best friend picks up a contact infection, he agrees to get the medicine needed to save his life. Forced together, relying on each other in a strange Haven, zombies aren’t the most dangerous thing they’re facing.

In their world, only one thing remains true: everything ends in blood.


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The World Without End Series

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~About the Author~

nazarea andrews

Nazarea Andrews is an avid reader and tends to write the stories she wants to read. She loves chocolate and coffee almost as much as she loves books, but not quite as much as she loves her kids. She lives in south Georgia with her husband, daughters, and overgrown dog.

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Wife, mother, blogger, author, gamer, and a lover of the culinary arts. Toni lives in Michigan with her husband and four children. If she's not writing or curled up with a book, you'll most likely find her playing with her kids, baking cupcakes, or killing zombies.
  • Jeremy Hunt

    I go down the fire escape or out the window and evade those 2 zombies.

  • bookbunny68

    Call Jimmy John’s!

  • Erin F

    crap… I’d totally die cuz I’m sooo uncoordinated and not athletic. But over the balcony and down. Thanks for sharing!

  • Love those book covers 🙂 Unique idea for zpoc novel, having the child born into the world. COOL! Thanks for sharing 🙂 WRITE ON!

  • Nastasia Alexandria Nazar

    Put on a light weight backpack with whatever supplies are available, the use a rope, or tied sheets, or whatever’s available to shimmy down to ground level from balcony then take out the two walkers quietly with a knife, and book it to the car.

  • marypreston

    Over the roof-tops I go.

  • Sierra

    Honestly, I don’t know! I don’t think I would last long at all in the zombacolypse. I would die for sure. 🙁 Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  • Lori F

    I’d use a rope or bed sheets to go out the window/balcony. Try to get by the zombies in the courtyard or if I need to take them out, do it quietly. Then hop in the car and GO!!

  • Sabrina Taylor

    I would figure out a way down on the outside of building. Either a window or balcony. I would use bed sheets or what ever I had. Zombies can’t climb so that would be a safer escape. I would get into my car and figure it out once I was mobile.

  • Trinitee D

    I’d go down the fire escape slowly get in my car fast and speed away

  • Sabrina Joy

    First, I’d get what I can. Makeshift weapons out of my furniture! The legs from a chair, anything I can combine to make a long rod, things I can throw. They have to be somewhat easy to lug around and handle. I’d bar the door to my room just in case before anything though. Then, find away to climb down my window or balcony or whatever. Two zombies are easier than handling a building crawling with them. Weapons can hold them off for a little. If I can be discreet as possible while I climb down, I can probably move from one spot to another until I’m near enough for a mad dash to my car while maneuvering past the zombies. If not, I hightail to my car as soon as my feet touch the ground. If I have a long rod or something to bar them off while I run, it makes it better. Also, my keys have to be somewhere easily accessible. Between my teeth, in my pocket. As long as I can grab it as soon as I get into the car so I can get the engine running.

  • Sabrina Joy

    Also, great post, Toni! I follow you on Facebook and Twitter. 🙂

  • Lori Hopkins

    Get what weapons there are, surely to God there is something, ball bat or what have you. Spare clothes and, if there is a fire escape, use it to get to the car. If not, I guess there had better be a rope, or tie sheets together and get my butt out of there to the mountains. Evade the z’s or kill ’em, one or the other.

  • bn100

    the roof

  • heathermanning

    Can we assume my husband is with me so I can send him out to take care of the zombies while I go out and over the balcony using sheets or whatever to speed away… I’d stop and grab him too, probably. 😀

  • Jami Broveak

    Out the window to the car, quickly and quietly. Then off to the country to take over an abandoned farm house.

  • MS11

    I would try and get as close to my car as possible on the side of my wall, then scale down using tied sheets. Hopefully not catching the attention of the zombies and hoping they are slow!

  • Becky Stephens

    I’d try to get to my vehicle by either sneaking around the dormant zombies or taking them out with something – anything – from my apartment. Can’t live without food and water, and I’d rather die fighting than giving up and dying alone in my apartment.

  • Susan Pigott

    Grab my machete and climb out the fire escape. Go quietly by the two zombies to my car. Without food and water in my apartment, I need to get moving. I’m not going down by laying down and doing nothing. I’m on a mission!

  • Nikki Johnstone

    We’d grab the shotgun and rifle and strap them on our backs, then I’d get my husbands chainsaw (the climbing one it’s smaller) and he’d get another one and use the lanyard to attach to the climbing belts/seats, we’d repel down from the balcony using his tree climbing rope. We’d each have a bag slung over the other shoulder with ammo, and whatever else we would need that would be useful and get to the vehicle traversing the dormant zombies. Then we’re home free. Wow, never thought I’d come up with that. Helps having a hunter and tree climber in the family. I’m armed and dangerous.

  • I’ll have my crossbow slung over my shoulder when I descend the fire escape. I’ll stop on the last landing and take aim. After taking out both zombies in my path I’ll listen for a few minutes before dropping to the ground and stealthily making my way to my vehicle.

  • Mary DeBorde

    My escape plan consists of attempting to flag down a passing intergalactic cruiser, or Humvee chock full of MMA experts, or maybe Daryl Dixon from TWD. Otherwise I am basically, majorly screwed as my only viable skills consist of opening a bottle of pop w/one hand and being able to sing all the words to The Big Bang Theory theme song with only 3 or 4 mistakes. 😛

  • Lindsay Galloway

    In this hypothetical scenario, I am undoubtedly well equipped with weapons, and have all kinds of combat training. I could easily swing down from the balcony on my bedsheet rope, but really, it would be easier to just head up to the roof where I have a helicopter waiting. I’m flyin’ outta there (because of course I have my pilot’s license….)! 😉

  • I would try to slip out quietly past the 2 dormant zombies. That seems like the least threatening route. I would hopefully make it to my car and then I would wait til it seemed safe to leave and try to find more food. I would look for either a safer place to hunker down or try to return to my apartment.